Guests for Lady Parts BRAINS

Lady Parts

​Katey and Cheyenne have been hard at work creating the second episode of Lady PartsBRAINS, and they'll be welcoming some absolutely hilarious and amazing women.

Their excited to welcome back Genevieve Fleming who directed Lady Parts BOOBS. Genevieve is an actor, director, and producer. She is the Artistic Producer of indie company Hardline Productions and is a big fan of the After Party Girls. Select performance credits include The North Plan (UpintheAir) and Creeps (Realwheels), earning Jessies in Lead and Ensemble performance, respectively. Recent directing credits include Flare Path (Slamming Door) and Wilderness, which is running at Studio 58 November 18th - December 3rd, so check it out! She is a graduate of Mount Allison University and of Studio 58. @genevieve_f

They're also welcoming Arggy Jenati, an actor and playwright based in Vancouver. She studied acting at R.A.D.A. in (London UK) and is an Actors Centre alumni (London, UK). Recent credits include A Night At The Rose Coloured Discotheque (Vancouver Fringe), The X-Files (Fox), Alice Munro Stories (Belfry Theatre), This Is That (CBC Comedy), Girlfriends Guide To Divorce (Bravo), Buy Me Dinner First (The Cultch), The Lies We Tell (Ignite Festival) and the playwright in residence at Delinquent Theatre. She is so stoked to be a part of Lady Parts. Enjoy the show! @arggyjenati

Nasty Women is a sketch and improv group from Vancouver. The group has a monthly show and consists of Ese Atawo, Racquel Belmonte, Denea Campbell, Rae Lynn Carson, Kerri Donaldson, Allie Entwistle, Carla Mah, Stacey McLachlan, Jenny Rubé, and Annalise Stuart.

Julie Kim is a two time Canadian Comedy Award nominated stand-up comedian who has been featured at comedy festivals across the country. She is also a speaker, university educator, workshop facilitator, and event host.

Recently, Jamie has directed some super dope projects including Vampires in Barcelona with her pal Brian Cochrane, The Wolves with Stone's Throw Productions, one of three directors at Pull Fest VI with Speakeasy Theatre, and Bull at Rumble Theatre's 2016 Tremors Festival. Currently, Jamie and her collaborator, Lucy McNulty, are the Resident Emerging Artists at Electric Company Theatre. Jamie was the recipient of the Ray Michal Prize for Most Promising New Director at the 2017 Jessie Richardson Awards. After this, catch her directing Fool For Love by Sam Shepard at The Shop Theatre in February!


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